Mullberries ripe!

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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby Waskawood » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:53 am

What variety are they Misty? I have two. Harlared and a Honey Crisp. The HoneyCrisp is a great variety but my tree is not a very good producer. Thinking I need another variety. I don't have animal problems but the birds sure raise cain with them.
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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby RedMist » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:32 pm

I'm not sure Woody, that's the wife's department. I just trap the critters that are messing with my future pies !! Apple tree can hardly hold it's branches up...loaded !
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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby RedMist » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:40 pm

Didn't get any pics of the pear tree for some reason. Dang coons tried to rob me blind, coni-bears and an electric fence fixed that. Here's a pear/raisin pie that G'ma made. Coconut on the top. Can a brutha get an amen?!?!?!

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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby Waskawood » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:53 pm

[quote="RedMist"]Can a brutha get an amen?!?!?!

No!!! But Grandma can!!! By the way is there a Grandpa??
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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby Ramos » Mon Sep 23, 2013 5:42 pm

Good timing on the picture. Pie pan was dang near empty!!!

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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby RedMist » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:16 pm

Ramos wrote:Good timing on the picture. Pie pan was dang near empty!!!


It's hard to chew and take a pic at the same time. I made myself slow down so y'all could enjoy a look-see before it was all gone. :)
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Re: Mullberries ripe!

Postby Clint E » Thu Sep 26, 2013 1:54 pm

RedMist wrote:
Ramos wrote:Good timing on the picture. Pie pan was dang near empty!!!


It's hard to chew and take a pic at the same time. I made myself slow down so y'all could enjoy a look-see before it was all gone. :)

I would have thought about the pic when there was nothing but crumbs left.


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